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|Katy Perry hit that starts ‘I used to bite my tongue and hold my breath’||ROAR|
|Like some agreements||PREMARITAL|
|Like some flaws||TRAGIC|
|Like spring snow||WET|
|Like undercooked eggs||RUNNY|
|Longtime NBC hit||SNL|
|Muppet friend of Elmo||ZOE|
|Only Super Bowl the Eagles won||LII|
|Oscar-winning foreign language film based on a Fugard novel||TSOTSI|
|Pierre’s polite lead-in||EXCUSEZMOI|
|Ply with drink||BESOT|
|Prepare for cheese?||POSE|
|Sorento and Sedona||KIAS|
|Spanish wine region||RIOJA|
|Stuffed grape leaves||DOLMAS|
|Towels, e.g., aptly||SHOWERGIFT|
|TV revenue source||ADSALES|
|What an actor may bring to an audition||RAWEMOTION|
|Youngest French Open champ||SELES|